03 March 2011

The Better to See You

Usually, bathroom conveniences focus on the fair sex—foot rests built into shower stalls to facilitate leg shaving, pull-out faucets for hair washing, and the like. How about some design equity for the guys? Hot water channeled through inside of this showerhead keeps the mirror-like surface from fogging, affording a clear view and a close shave. reflectshower.com

6 comments:

  1. Yes ma'am... this is extra nice.

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  2. I had a conversation with a plumbing executive [who shall remain secure in anonymity] who told me he used the reflection in his handshower to shave.

    Who knew?

    Thanks for reading, Nick.

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  3. To be completely honest, Leslie- I've mastered(or miserably failed) just shaving in the shower without a mirror... I like the concept of this shower head but sadly the stream looks less than awesome.

    Give and take, I suppose.

    And you're welcome for reading- wouldn't miss it!

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  4. I, too, occasionally shave in the shower "blind." Not my favorite thing to do, so this is definitely an intriguing idea. But that stream of water looks less than inviting: perhaps there's more there than meets the eye.

    Thanks.

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  5. Nick and Anonymous: You both raise the point about the strength of the stream as shown in this photo. As I have no personal experience with this shaving process, I must ask you: Would it not be appropriate to dial down the flow when looking into the showerhead?

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  6. Perhaps dialing the stream down would be better- see if you can get reflectshower to send me one of these and I'll try it out. ;-)

    I know the one thing I would need in my personal shower after installing this showerhead.... better lighting.

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